How can I get my questions answered?
DURING COVID-19, ALL APPOINTMENTS AND REVIEWS WILL BE OVER ZOOM
WEEKLY OESS REVIEWS:
In most courses, with the approval of the course director,
OESS review sessions will be scheduled each week to facilitate mastery of the
course material. These sessions are coordinated with any review sessions
presented by the course faculty. The OESS review sessions focus on topics that
students find most challenging, and students are encouraged to
submit topics by email prior to each review. OESS Review sessions will be included in the schedule on Canvas for each course.
, or Paul
brief questions that come up during your studying by email –
they will normally respond within 24 hours, and often sooner.
Schedule an appointment with April,
Steve, or Paul
for yourself or your study group.
- Send an email asking for the Zoom appointment and include at least four times you are available. The educator will confirm the first on your list that he or she is available, or suggest others.
- Zoom appointments with study groups are particularly effective, especially in the potentially limited time just before an exam.
Email addresses and Zoom links for appointments:
Who to ask for help with a course or subject:
- Foundations of Medicine - April Apperson
- Cardiovascular System I, Pulmonary System I and Gastrointestinal System and Nutrition - April Apperson (physiology) and Steve Schneid (physiology and pharmacology)
- Anatomy, Histology in all Fall courses - Paul Kingston
- Renal System I - April Apperson (physiology) and Steve Schneid (physiology and pharmacology)
- Musculoskeletal System - Paul Kingston
- Mind, Brain and Behavior I - Steve Schneid and Paul Kingston (anatomy)
- Anatomy, Histology in all Winter courses - Paul Kingston
- Endocrinology, Reproduction, and Metabolism I - April Apperson and Steve Schneid
- Immunology - April Apperson
- Hematology - April Apperson and Steve Schneid
- Anatomy, Histology in all Spring courses - Paul Kingston
Supplementary Study Aids
In several core courses, supplementary handouts, videos, and
other study aids developed by the OESS will be posted on the course
websites. The most recent addition to the collection of OESS study aids
is a series of YouTube videos, the "Schneid Guides ", developed by Steve Schneid.
These videos cover challenging topics from wide range of subjects,
including cardiovascular physiology, the autonomic nervous system,
neurology, metabolic biochemistry, endocrinology, and hematology.